- LIEBHERR CONTAINER CRANES TO SUPPLY TWO NEW STS TO PORT OF LIVERPOOL
- TOKYO PORT WAIVES FEES FOR LNG AND HYDROGEN-POWERED SHIPS
- PRIME MINISTER OF VIETNAM CONFIRMS SECOND PORT AT DANANG
- PORT OF BELLINGHAM AIMS TO REDUCE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS BY 86%
- NASSAU CRUISE PORT BECOMES CRITICAL PARTNER IN RESTART OF CRUISE TOURISM OF CARIBBEAN
- PORT OF ROTTERDAM AIMS TO BECOME HYDROGEN HUB
- ROYAL NAVY’S FLAGSHIP HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH VISITS SCOTLAND FOR THE FIRST TIME
- LARGEST INDUSTRIAL ONSHORE WIND FARM IN FLANDERS BECOMES OPERATIONAL
- TALLINN PORT AIMS TO USE GREEN ELECTRICITY ONLY PRODUCED IN ESTONIA
- LONG BEACH PORT COMPLETED ITS BUSIEST FEBRUARY ON RECORD
- BRUNSBÜTTEL PORTS HOSTS FIRST LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS BUNKERING OF GREENFERRY I
- SWEDISH GOVERNMENT AWARDS FOUR SHIPPING COMPANIES
Savannah Port receives more than 4.6M TEUs in 2020More than 4.68 million twenty-foot equivalent container units were transported by the Georgia Ports Authority in 2020, up 1.8 percent from its estimate of 4.59 million in 2019.
NTB receives 4 additional Liebherr ship to shore container cranesNTB in Bremerhaven has taken delivery of four additional Liebherr ship to shore container cranes. Since the first STS was handed over in 2018, it brings to ten the number of Liebherr STS at the port.
Manila Container Terminal raises its annual capacity to over 3.3 million TEUsManila International Container Terminal (MICT), International Container Terminal Services Inc (ICTSI) has completed a berth expansion project that effectively increases the annual capacity of the MICT to over 3.3 million TEUs.
Damen Shipyards signs contract with Svitzer for new tug of Port of LondonDamen Shipyards Group said that a contract for the delivery of an ASD Tug 3212 has been signed with Svitzer.
World’s largest producer of biopolymers chooses Rotterdam PortBraskem, the world's largest manufacturer of biopolymers, has moved its storage facility from Antwerp to Rotterdam for bioplastics of this kind.
Amsterdam Port saw a significant decline in transhipment volumes in 2020In 2020, the Port of Amsterdam saw a substantial decline in transhipment volumes for the first time in many years, citing both coronavirus and energy transfer impacts.
Busan Port expand logistics connection between Busan and IndonesiaThe Busan Port Authority announced that in order to expand the logistics connection between Busan and Indonesia and promote the competitiveness of Korean companies doing business there.
Cargo structure changes occur in Port of Riga in 2020In terms of improvements in the freight structure, 2020 was a crucial turning point for it - the volume of cargo of local origin and with higher added value has risen dramatically and currently accounts for 57 percent of the overall turnover of port cargo
Port of Singapore stands resilient in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemicWith a gross container throughput of 36.9 million Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) in 2020, Singapore's container throughput stayed relatively constant in 2020 as the port remained open despite the pandemic.
Antwerp Port appoints International Representative for RussiaThe Port of Antwerp announces the appointment of Mr. Andrey Daskovskiy as International Representative for Russia, in line with its international aspirations and to further strengthen important trade ties with Russia.
Rotterdam Port opens livestock checkpointA livestock checkpoint has became operational in the port of Rotterdam starting from January 8, 2021.
Rotterdam Port unveils its approach to shore powerThe Port of Rotterdam has now introduced a comprehensive approach to realizing shore power within various shipping segments, after embarking on an ambitious plan for onshore power use.